A Cure for the Winter Doldrums: Reading More 

Kent District Library presents Let It Snow for teens and adults 

Grab your warmest blanket, settle in with a good book and sign up for Kent District Library’s winter reading program, Let It Snow. Adults and teens (11+) who participate and read a minimum of six books in different categories between January 3 and March 31 will receive a collectible Let It Snow 2023 ceramic mug. Participants who finish an additional four titles will be entered into a Power Reader drawing to win an Amazon Kindle Scribe with stylus pen
or other prizes. 

"There's no better time to cozy up with a good book than in the winter," said Hennie Vaandrager, Programming Manager at KDL. "Let It Snow offers you a chance to read in various genres, and you might just discover a new favorite book." 
In 2022, over 3,600 people completed Let It Snow. 

For more information or to sign up, visit kdl.org/snow. Track your reading progress online using Beanstack or complete and turn in a paper form, available at any KDL branch.

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